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T. f. MANDELL
IYIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
Success0r t' \.1. . Parent.
gation, Tramroads, Drafting
and Blue Printing.
LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.O
Southern lP.ucil' Timre N'ard.
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Phone 34 fý,l ; ,:' inf lrmatiiO .
Fresh caN I at ......t...... . ,
.Mat l.:\n 1-x . - Jhniints visitor
Ragcarpet. a',! 1e \* Wa i, by i
Arthur 'ltr . -ý,ctrl Sýu d l:lv in
Pamint lUal f . -o Vr l , a:t Ier
trand-Davis C;, Lt, .
on No. 3 Mol:day.
Anyone wishing s\\ett 'creaml 'phone;
SH.L. Thomas slpent Sunday with
his parents in JetIulitgs.
S. E. Yandel, of L.afayvette. was a
visitor in RVelsh Tlueslavy.
Philip (CverdI:le went to Jen
;:ings on buinelss Tteslday.
iMrs, E. C Willard was reported
,quite ill the first of the week.
A.D. Coil tello of I ice. was a
business visitor here Monday.
H. E. Wessoni was a business vis
#` itor in the parish seat l3ondtay.
SS. A. Miller of Woodl, wn. was
-a business visitor in Welsh Monday.
Miss Georgia Knott of Roanoke.
- is the guest of friends here this week.
FOR SALE-One good mule, cheap
.it-taken soon. Inquire of NM. B. Van
' . E. Earll of Roanolke. was a
Sbusiness.visitor in. our town \I ,n
Mrs. A. T. ,Joles and Miss Ethel
lMoor were Jenninigs -visitors Tiues
I. A. Monger of lenton spent
,unday at the horme of ('. A. Ra
Call and see Ime when you wish to
:`have a rag carpet made. Lydia Peter
SC. H. Hanlev of Hoaloke, w\as
'alling on friend;l illn Welshl Monday
Milkmen-I will pay cash for your
ungocalves. Inquire at the Journal
Sfi. and Mrs. Alfred Martin were
:of relatives in Jennings Sun
W. P. Russell, Jr., was a .passen
r to Rayne on the Oriole Monday
STile your lawn mowers to the
hh Tin Shop to have them
W. B. Gabbert was looking after
es matters at Edgerly the lat
part of last week.
A iew maehine for slharpening
il mowers, at the Welsh T'in
- p. Try it.
.R. Stockton the engineer at
Jennings Rice Mill, went west
he Oriole Wednesday,
See the Welsh Carriage
Implement Co. for pric
- on Binder Twine.
its.. C. ('avis has been under
weather for same time, but is
ited to be improvini.g
best work for the least mon
a what they all say about Jno.
g. ,t tlhe New Shop.. " Plow
ning a specitialty. Give him
;R. Read, manager of the
Printiim Co,., Ltd., left Mon
:morning ir :a three week's va
and 'iit to Kansas City,
a andl various other points
me sc,:ene iun Kansas.
Fresh car Nutriline at Jones Bros'
Royaline Pills save Doctor's Bills. ti
For sale by Cooper Drug Co., and
Crescent Druz Store.
C. .. Smith was a passenger east
on No. 10) Monday, returning to
Welsh on No. 9 the same evening.
See the Welsh Carriage
& Implement Co. for pric- .1
es on Binder Twine.
Robl)ert Taylor of the Hlalber l)plant.
went to .Jileiings Natilunlay\ eveningl
oi the ()riole. lie r0eturned Stll
If you want vour ho're to travel
easily. have 1)an Keeley to shoe hinl
at .los. Villien's sho(p.
J. I.. \nderon, . 1 1 'I'< l .tlhto, a iin(
Mast:er lester Kil)lin.,er dlrove to '
a(, lnoke an Ib aI.k Mo ilayv :fter- v
11n all( l
('inder'lla Slilppel , the latest thinga
o t in ithe way of Lelllather Post 'ards:
atthe Journal Ihook ~ tl ore.
V. M.lI lhl( nio i hail thi l ilet lo i
ltowl\i .Ilbola ly, t hat We I:iy' seen.i
I iam prepal) red to tdo aiilv and all
kinds of blac()lsnultlhinli and ll war onl
w oki romptlv and satisfactory. G(ive
ine, a call. ,Jos Villi tn.
visitinl llt Willisi. TeX s. r(liet l'ne
I'ri(ldiy night. ne'nintalnlied I his
autli , Mi's.,Mauniil.
.'hert Lainlixry went to l:tf:la ette
Totter Ointmlent will stop that itching in
or Vour money back. .;u cents. For
sale by Cooper D)rug Co., and C7res
cent D)rue store.
W. H. llatnlec. representing the (
Bturlnhamh-Manna-.iunge(r Co.. of
Kn:tue ('ito. was doain tlusilines illt
this eity Tu sd tay.
Miss Lula Morgan h left MA Ionday
afternoon for Siatin Srings. IShe
will atteid the chaiutauqua, inoi\\ in
session. Whbile there.
A.I. 1. Dai le of Lake C('harles.
cale over \ on(hl)v aind will visit
for a few (lays at the .Areeneuxn
home. south of town.
Mrs. W. W. Steltzlen departed
July 11 for points in the north.
We hope to see her much improved
in health when she returns.
itr. Antoin Logniin andeissi
Otea l returned fromni Lake Charle
Minlday wthere iss dealtu is having
her weddinig t ro:sle u mr de.
Wall Papel? .Yes we have the linest
lcine of samples i the city and invite
you ao ctl afe d look at them. Our
prices. Journal Book Store.
1 Iduad Schairff iretni'ned front 1'l1
Paso and other points in Texas
Tiuesdayl, where he has been with
dhis f hmily for several weeks past.
Chas. Buck of New Orleans, :ar
rived in Welsh tMonday morning, to
S.look after th interest of the Wailss
Buck plant'ation northwest of town.
e .Mrs. Coley of Lake Charles, came
inover Tuesday morning with her lit
tle granddaughter, who has been
rvisiting her for the past two weeks.
F. A. Arceneaux has sixty a(res
of the finest Honduras ric;e in this
section, being very even, ablout five
feet high and is all perfectly headed
t The Welsh Machine
teShops manufacture the
best pump or heavy duty
Iapulley on the market.
Call and see us.
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Leeds enter
r tained the Juniors of the (Congrega
s tional church Iast Friday afternoon
• t their home on South Elm sitreet.
- iGames and refreshments, consistin,
Sof ice cream and cake, delighted the
'hearts of about twenty-five little
c Thirty-inch threshing wood f.or
-sale it $1.50 per rank, also pine
- poles at 50e per load.
A. B. Clark.
f Seven and one-half miles southwest
Palm leaf fans, 2 for :' at lBer
trand-D)avis Co., Ltd.
Mrs. 1)a vi(d I )udlev, of Jenninn, s,
who has been visitini' at the Ilck- '
inglamn home for several l h'.. re -
turned to her home 'uesd:iv m'orn
Mr. and Mrs. '.arland l h t 'e- (f, i
(nninfg.,s. were visit in1, :It II(, li, i
If Mlrs. H a ves' par(,nl-. M !'' and
Mrs I'' . A. \Areeine:iux. tl fir-t t 4f4
I he week. c
. 1:'. l .';pplrt, t 'he h1 :r -- . 1::.ker
at the ('al('asieu llnph 'Iat'nt ('((orn
p nl\"'. store. is lm ]ink , :( Un;' -'1 ((t'
;in hle dri\ in h:rnes- f(,;'' \\':iter
Mlr. :11d MIrs. !1'..< a - e
t1114le( Sii '11 1 ) ila l n t , 1 v4 1 - \ I"(.
visit :ti the h orn 'e if M r. :(),d 11r-.
.\n (el ;,il te r, 144 r 1 t(1\ : sent i41 '. !4,''"
p, 'illil'( 'o I ll. 'f I~ t t " ] : V ; ') I ' ; ,
11' . I , . 1:u, ii, I lIt 4h 4. l:( 1. (I
t,.tut ,r a t ((t the f L,) ill. (,t , > .
11 1Ti ('11,' I ), l rk 1'e4 4l11 , ' 4 \ 4-,
'411t' 4 (t'i , hxii,
tol( r1 (t(,o, ,); li. ii::.
w\agnfs. ittk in the p . ,I()('
Ilotlrinann. w\ho iý no((\w r; (itd71a
W ai, .\n(ii ers n. \\ho it i:. (.i n
1ilt( ,11 l it, t S s 1 111111.,' 11I( I ',1'; It
fir-a ':il( tea(, her. rluri .. I r - -i
urda'i eveniinh . Hie rei'tp rts :( 1:,,)t e
helpful session, i
Any youh llma 11111 ' \(4oinai u4n-h
1(t take a t'(o8','' in tu jit-W , ' . 4) 4. ('
the ii'.1ourna ll an sl hiimi (' h1er .
s-'h(la'rshiI) in on)e (f the t 4 4wt rtlh
1(er'1ial ctlle;oes in the Stui41th a (nd
irive', a liberal disc('illit 4on th' p1i,'('.
Philip l) 'verdale 'et utrne!( from',) t
New ( )'leans )l in'i"v evenini _ \\'!t're
he Ilnd \Mrs. ('overdale havi:ie ,eeli
Visit ill sine' the 14(ur1111. :.
('ove'rdl(le will reIlillin in ithe ('i;,
I('\1 (layVs 1i1g('r. .
.-\ustin Heblert \was.i 1 bu4intes'
visitor to LIafv'ette .'11n:yi. ', i1I2
friom there to -New 1lteri:a "l'iie:a V
lml)rninllg and 1returning to \Ve1ls
Irs. (. C. Cary of e()t" , nninl',_. :(n(l
her friend. .M|rs. 1:1rshsall of Knfn
(it v. and1 their eliildreln. were(, et t
of Mrs. Carv's parents. Mr. :1nd
Mr.s. ('. A. Austin, Tuesilay.
T'mii Norris. the efficient 1,,4,k
keeper at Da):niels departineilt st ire,
is the speedy man when it 4'mieit) t
mla k':ili liushiess trips. 7tund a',i andl
Mtlondav he visited Lake ('Chailes.
A-lexandrhial and Lafavette.
.liiss ()I'l ('anipbell o)f ,h, in ri~l; .
\\'ts .,livini lier attetent14441 41 it'r !'inl
sic ('l15ss at this ptahie M44iiInav Cv
ening :i1141 Tuesday n'iOrnin2. .\l i i,
( 'a m n l b )( l l h u ts ln i ( e c l a us e .- ;i! ,.1 0 n -
nins, loa(nrtke, Welsh an.d I wa
i'or Ache o0 l-'ain
F'or Sprain or Bruise,
Is the thing to use.
Try it and Vl'u will use nothinie else.
That's the way they all do. 25 cents,
50 cents. For sale by ('ooiter [)rua
Co.. and Crescent Dru2 Store.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wesson left
on No. 9 Monday evening ftr Beau
inmiut. Hotuiistoni, (alveston and oth
er points in Texas which Mr. Wes
son makes in his work as travelino
salesman for the Robinson Thresh
ing Machine Co
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. C'arter re
turned Monday from a tw,) week's
pleasure trip to the gulf at (':m
eron They report havii.g 118(d a de
lightful time anti say that there 1ire
pleasure and health seekers galore
TAKEN UP-One small dun col
ored horse pony, ten (41' eleven
years old, has saddle marks, brand
ed on right hip. The above came
to my place three months ago.
Owner can have same by paying
for this advertisement and costs.
.J. B. Firestone.
One and one-half niiles southeast
There will be an Epworth League
rally next Sunday evening at the
Methodist church. beginning at 7
o'clock prompt. There will be some
special features at this meeting anti
every member of the League is urg
ently requester1 to be present. All
members of the choir are requested
to be present Friday evening for
Fresh car Nutriline at .Jones lIros.
~. S. (;reer went to New Orleans
S:iturday to meet his wife .1ii
childrenl who have been S.plendling
the past ten weeks visiting :at the
h(I le I olf llrs. (I ler lli'('a ts at
O)pelika. .:1Iilbnia. They :irrivedi
in Wellsh Sam i eveng.
( I1ultiion il a h ( lterl, 11Mrs. 11.
.1. Da 'id(llon and hi ylllm t ' i a'lil < t
e(I fiir c11Phelrsn, :li.i:is, IFri'iday
cvtiiiniig in reslponse to a telegiralii
st:atiung that. Mrs. ,l.ay .Jones w'
S('riullll ill. They(' elxpect to, I,,
g 'Ju' : 111u i't \ CC iiiioitlits.
iTgil+ .l c lllllll co'\ ls ]itte l 1t:
1, lealc mi n boos., 1 1(( \.
which hli \'e lt: lll arri\'r( f,,r tle
anid( :s isted by litss Keele'r of
i,lke i:trlc . \Iiss l'ccnlr o
Ituriei l t tI he i .:Lke si lv \e n
i .\ia .: -1i\Vil> tV-we ' li a 1ie:1(l
,if c: uttle. - -iUi "ne o i " ,ig tIi e t:
( 1; X 1iic im, . l I .It ie l. I 1i I is -
\-fCil:tiC- i Th i l C elC\te i tI:C(l ,,f
yeI:i liig . Thi is :ill ; )(1 .t ck in
,_ 0( 1 e tll(lit 1 "1 l'(ir f itier ini
1 i'' iull1 i lli(l e ,,i owfi ,Irle I, .\.
P. Brickney. i',l, k I((\ 5',. Hlll\"cS. .
.. 1). >a1ttelC -,n (It the iIabC'r
pIl:lln . \wa: taken .c riiislh ill whileh
ill the chair :it llehcrt'. Iº:h itber
stliaoi siti'l:iv (\iiitig. I)r. ('C - m,
er' was c:illetd at t once'. after which
he was reilived to the homiie of I.
('. illin(1 ,le'. 11. Patterson r1 5st1(,(
e:i.ict after abolut '2 o'clock ISu lay 4
1iiiC nini.i ! an:i \\:is :a l Ibi(' to lbie take
to his loi ,ei S n a lliIi (v ntini.ig.
,I. W. .-riistroln thadl the i -
day. The (luo cut his foot ton :a
bro(ken bttle sine time ago, al1
inl spite of all elTiirts to pre'ent,
coltinialin ti'e the woutlil of
en ai:i( f ially bled to (lI athli. Tllis
is quite n Igss to Mr. Arnistroing a
t he dog cost hiim lift v dolllars abolti
CC10 Vethi" agoi al1(l he has had the
privilege of hunting hiin lbut line
(oir(lh on ,lin.< receiv e' a tele
grain \Iiioiliav be:rillng the saul news
Iof the death ofI (. 11 Swain. Mirs..
Hilini's father, at \ indsor. Illimois.
Deatih came as the only relief. after
a long illness caused by BIriglt's
lisea5se. 11Mr. Swain had ieeli tak
ing treatient. at a sanitariurr, Iutt
toni :unaiil for his jourlney was
netring its end and lhe spirit wlas
called toi its Master. Mr. ,Swain
spent al)oit a nimonth in Welsh last
winler anil imaul;e manyiV warlli
fricmn Is who ili Um with his lCoveC l
ones in their loss.
A Picnul Party.
The flaraca and Philtathca classes,
with a few of theii friends, spent a
very pileasant day at Clark's pumping
plant Tuesday. After the arrival of
the party, lemonade was prepared and
sereled. A sumptuous dinner was
spread about one o'clock and thirty
four jolly picnieers seemed to be very
busy for a time. Icecream wa~ served
for derset. The afternoon was spent
in various ways, some members of the
party fishing and several strings of
nice fish were caught, which were ipre
- pared for lunch which was spread
about six o'clock. About 7:15 p. m.
the party started for home, arriving
about 8:45 o'clock. Everyone seemed
to have enjoyed a pleasant day.
What is known as the
Olick Farm, of 4oo acres,
two miles east of Welsh,
including three sets of
buildings, two good deep
wells, pumps, engine and
boiler, for $32.50 per acre.
. Parties buying can have
e five or more years time.
This farm has laid out
this season and is well
t pastured. Call on or
H. E. Heald,
6 tf Welsh, La.
7 Best and Cheapest.
Panol Liver Itegulator keeps the
Liver, Stomach and Bowels working
d just right. That means to be well and
keelp wEll. And it makes your money
go the furthest. Tin box, 15 cents.
Money back if you want it. For sa!e
d by Cooper Drug Co., and Crescent
Fresh car Nairli -e l ,t Jones Bros.
Armnstroog Machine & 1NII Yorks Co,,
8 T I. ______ _______
SJ, I, Case Throsili Macý ý Coy ýn 's ýossiiet r Lnee
I rll f 'I I 11
1.1]N I"::1l S,1. 1AUIN1'I>I I '.111 1, II ~ . I.\t h, 1I"IhIIN' 1NI'
8 4~1~i, -
88WiTels h, - L o-uisiaz~a,
What do you do with your MONEY
Bring your Business to the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Coiil'teoillS T 'ltill lt I'xtt'lided( tto IAll.
aIs ww wow
If you want the
FR ESH, SALT
8 \. for theleastmon
-/ ev you will go to
GLICK'C I"EA'T MARKET,
J.IiS. GLICK. Prop.
Successor to A. L. Arceneaux.
Far'm and (Coun1try Pl'rduce Bought and Sold.
8 Cumberlanid Telephone & Telegraph Co.
8( INo' SOI'(RATE. . )
" LONG DISTANCE LINES AND TELEPHONES OF THISICOMPANY
ENABLE YOUITO TALK ALMOST ANYWHERE IN SOUTHERN IN
DIANA, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE, MISS.
ISSIPPI AND LOUISIANA. WE CAN PUT YOU IN (QUICK lAND
4)SATISFACTORY COMMUNICATION WITH THE PEOPLE OF THIS
GREAT SECTION Or THE COUNTRY. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. RATES
REASONABLE. EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES UNSURPASSED.
Jas. . E. Caldwell, Pres. Leland Hume. (;en. MaIr. T. D. Webb, Treas.
J. W. Hunter .Ir., Secretary. J. B. ('lark, Local Agent.
ICE CREAM ,PARLOR
Two Doors East of Cooper's Drug Store.
A. L. HEBERT, Prop.
All Kinds of Soft Drinks, Ice Cream,
Candies and Fruits.
WELSH, : : : : LOUISIANA.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
'qickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention ts probably patentable. Communica.
tionestrictly confldential. HAUBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
ptcial not/ce, without charge, in the
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir.
culation of any scientific jirai. Terms, $3 a
year: four months. SL Bold by all newedealers.
MUNN & Co.361Brotdwy, New York
Branch Office. 625 F St.. Washblntn. I). L.
Steckmen R~ead!-- n.,re Y our Stock2
Soay Mri. Stock Owner, can you af.
ft,l u to carty the responsibility of your
niuli:. hornis anrd caule, when there
is a responsible concern who will
shoulder it for you for only a small
ct.t? IlsuIre oIc r mrules, horses and
citth, 1),',. hn't rat uit l il disease
stri;; thern a' tiitu apply, for it will
be too late then, i will insure your
stock a:Wainst loss by death from dis
ease, hire, lilghtninL, tornados, cy
cltnei, and (. ,ery othe" t -auality, also
accidents. Think of i:' ('ta you af
fourd to i:,s the c ,,,':tnity? For
fLurtht r a ,, !',s caln (,1. or addre".
I'. S.: I allt, t at good reliable
ag(tits in ever' to', : and parish in